During 2008-12 London saw a recession and an apparently counter-cyclical increase in the number of contemporary galleries. Now, as we’re said to be emerging from our economic woes, galleries are closing.
For ‘Babes in the Wood’, Andersson exhibits a new series of works on paper, new videos and a mobile sculpture that demonstrate a subservience to process and to materials.
Forms moving through space have an inherent relationship to drawing and this is how Stephens understands sculpture – as having a fundamentally spatial conception.
Danny Rolph – Kissing Balloons in the Jungle At Poppy Sebire Private View Thursday 16th February 2012
Rolph presents a selection of large acrylic paintings on canvas that continue his investigation into the language of collage.
Other Surfaces’ curated by Rebecca Geldard
Screening event: Wednesday 1st February, 7.30pm
Lots on again. Here’s the FAD roundup (complete with map!) of our recommendations for what is going on across the… Read More
Image:Matt Calderwood, still from ‘Suspension’, video Matt Calderwood, Matt Golden, Edward Clive, Peter Liversidge,Alan Currall, Lee Regan Exhibition continues: 11… Read More
THE NEW CHAPTER: James Aldridge+Georgie Hopton+Boo Ritson+Danny Rolph:Private View: Friday 19th November 2010
Image: James Aldridge, Altar 2009, Acrylic on Canvas, 200 x 175 cm Exhibition Continues: 20 November – 23 December 2010… Read More
Poppy Sebire, Danny Rolph, Automatic Shoes, 5.30-7.30pm, Piccadilly Arcade, SW1Y 6NH, info: www.poppysebire.com Exhibition Continues: 14 January – 20 February… Read More